• Lightweight fabrics. Body-skimming silk pants and a top offer plenty of coverage in the AC, but don’t weigh Maya down on her way to work.
  • Options for adjustment. Inside, Meredith’s buttoned up to the neck, sleeves down—outside, she undoes those buttons and rolls the sleeves up. A neat pony keeps her hair off her neck.
  • Loose layers. An oversize blouse and trousers let air circulate, while Luna’s blazer is on hand for chillier times inside.
  • An A-line. Super-light fabric that doesn’t cling means Maureen is fully covered—but can still catch a breeze. Bonus: In a shiny fabric, dress works just as well for after-work drinks as it does at the office.
  • Natural fibers. An almost old-fashioned solution: A roomy cotton button-front and twill pants deflect the heat, and Abby’s upswept bun helps beat the heat.

#fbf to 1994 (ish) with my buds, @richardwiese and @wendirogerstv Bought that sport coat on sale for about 20 bucks because that’s all I had in the bank. Was 10% wool and 90% “other.” Got caught in the rain with it and smelled like wet dog ass all night.

Nine years ago, I made a vow to live my life based on three guiding principles: Love, Awe and Gratitude. Today, instead of feeling sad, angry or anxious about The Chew’s cancellation, I will look through the lens of Gratitude and thank: My cohosts, @chefsymon and @carlaphall, for being two of the greatest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing. The crew and staff of The Chew for being so dedicated, hardworking and collaborative. Our viewers for allowing us into your homes each day to share a laugh and a recipe — and a cocktail. It’s been a fun run and I am so freakin’ lucky to have been a part of it. Much love, CK ❤️

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